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Da Nang – the third largest city in Vietnam and the largest of Central Vietnam is surrounded by four national heritages of Hue, Hoi An, My Son Sanctuary and Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.
This top-rated bustling modern city is also home to various picturesque sights including breath-taking passes, beautiful half-island, steep mountains nestling above endless dazzling shorelines. Read on to explore the most visited sights of Da Nang.
Most-visited sights in Da NangHan River Bridge and Dragon BridgeThe massive Han River Bridge and Dragon Bridge are the most noticeable structures in the middle of Da Nang city and are even more impressive at nights as they are lightened up. Han River Bridge rotates every Saturday and Sunday evening as big boats pass by the river. Meanwhile, fire or water also comes out of Dragon Bridge also during the weekend at 9 PM.
Son Tra Half-islandLocated about 10 kilometers away from Da Nang city, Son Tra half-island is known for its pure sea water within Da Nang Bay, Monkey Mountain and Hai Van pass surrounding the city. Hai Van pass can also be referred to as Cloud Pass, 20 kilometers long, lying between Da Nang and Hue.
This article first appeared on www.baolau.com
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